Yesterday, Qualcomm came out of the blue with the first chipset made on the groundbreaking 7nm process, but this one was a wireless modem, the X24, which will allow phones equipped with it to reach 2 Gbps 4G LTE download speeds.
Despite its spats with Apple, and the subsequent loss of one of its biggest clients to Intel, Qualcomm remains the top dog when it comes to cellular connectivity, and it just announced the first wireless modem that can hit 2 Gbps 4G LTE downloads, the X24, and the first chip announced to use the 7nm production process, ready to go into “commercial devices” by year’s end.
Well, it was too good to be true. The in-display finger scanner of the Galaxy Note 9, that is, as rumors that Samsung won’t be ready to produce those in mass quantities for the S9, but may be for the Note 9, are quickly getting deflated.
It’s hard to believe that Samsung is considering changing the naming scheme of its flagship lineup after so many years, but people are talking so there’s a slight possibility that this might really happen.
Apparently, sources from South Korea claim the Galaxy S9 flagships that will be launched this year will be the last ones to wear the Galaxy S brand. Samsung’s next year flagship for the first half will be called “Galaxy X.”
I know many are tempted to believe that Samsung was strongly inspired by Apple’s naming scheme for the iPhone X, let’s say that the South Korean company wants …